Utelogy Releases Analytic Tiles to Provide Deep, Actionable Insights Into the Entirety of Users’ AV Estates

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New Analytic Tiles provide deep-level insight into AV and UC estates to enhance productivity and user experience

Los Angeles, USA, January 12, 2021 – Utelogy Corporation, a visionary provider of control, monitoring and analytics software for workspace management, is pleased to announce the release of Analytic Tiles, a new deep insights tool for users of its leading U-Manage Dashboard Platform.

Available on all existing and future dashboards, Analytic Tiles improve the management of companies’ AV and UC estates by providing deep-level insights into device usage, space utilization, system performance, asset management, alert data and much more. Fully configurable visual tiles provide actionable data analysis allowing campuses and enterprises to have full visibility into current and future performance and utilization trends and take a proactive approach to equipment refresh programs or building out new workspaces.

“The companies that are going to succeed in the coming decade are the ones that are leveraging data analytics to deepen business understanding rather than relying on guesswork and previous usage patterns,” comments Kevin Morrison, Utelogy CEO. “Fully understanding your current utilization and being able to track and predict future trends is a powerful tool that can save organizations both time and future operational costs, and critically provide a much-improved user experience.”

Analytic Tiles provide strategic insights into the following:

  • The types of rooms that get booked and utilized most
  • Which devices (AV and UC) get the most usage
  • Which devices receive the most alerts
  • Which location(s) receives the most alerts over a user-defined period of time

“By providing a fully customizable visual representation of all assets in the entire estate, the data visualization of Analytic Tiles will help organizations uncover new opportunities and pinpoint where operational improvements can be made, both now and in the future,” says Morrison.